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Oil prices climb more than $1 ahead of WTI June contract expiryOil prices jumped by more than $1 a barrel on Monday to their highest in more than a month, supported ...
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Lower shrimp price frustrates Dumuria farmers Shrimp farmers in Dumuria of Khulna are in frustration due to increase of prices of fish fry and less demand ...
Mashrafe auctions his historical bracelet with base price Tk 5 lakhFormer Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is set to put his bracelet for auction to raise fund for the Covid-19 ...
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Oil prices edge higher on surprise US stock drawdownOil prices crept up on Thursday, supported by a surprise decline of US crude inventories, but gains were capped by ...
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Traders announce to cut hot spice prices up to 25 per centBangladesh Wholesale Hot Spice Traders Association has announced to reduce hot spice prices by minimum 10 per cent to maximum ...
Mushfiqur's historical bat's price climbs to Tk 41 lakhThe historical bat of Mushfiqur Rahim, which he used to hit country's maiden double century in Test cricket, has caught ...
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Kuwait emir warns oil price drop will affect financial solvency The decline in oil prices and the value of investment assets since the start of the coronavirus outbreak will adversely ...
Ramadan Kitchen Market Amid Covid-19
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Commodity prices fall on unusual lower demandThe prices of essential commodities including rice decreased in the city kitchen markets due to shortage of buyers as most ...
Observer Online Desk
Will Gilead price its coronavirus drug for public good or company profit?Gilead Sciences Inc faces a new dilemma in deciding how much it should profit from the only treatment so far ...
Observer Online Desk
Oil prices fall as US-China tensions offset virus hopeOil prices slipped back Wednesday after two days of gains, although Brent crude remained above $30 a barrel, as renewed ...
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6 traders fined for hiking pricesA mobile court in Cox's Bazar on Monday fined six traders Tk 27,000 for selling essential commodities at higher price ...
Unusual Fall In Ramadan Demand
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Commodity prices either decline or stay steadyThere is a little good news for the people in the coronavirus hit Dhaka city that the prices of rice, ...
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